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Delivering our research

Wednesday, November, 15th, 2017 News

Some of the most powerful contributions to nutrition science by the HNRCA

Preventing Alzheimer’s with Nutrition and Exercise

Tuesday, October, 17th, 2017 News

Dr. Richard Isaacson, director of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic at New York-Presbyterian/Weill-Cornell Medical Center visited the HNRCA last week to give the annual Cohn Family Lecture.

Public Relations

Thursday, September, 28th, 2017 News

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Small increase, big reward

Thursday, September, 28th, 2017 HP Right Blog List

In new research from the Lifestyle Interventions and Independence for Elders (LIFE) study, HNRCA researcher Dr. Roger Fielding  and colleagues found that  people who are sedentary who added at least 48 minutes of physical activity to their weekly routines saw the greatest benefit to their physical function and biggest reduction in their disability risk. The Read More

Fighting Shape

Thursday, September, 28th, 2017

HNRCA scientists have collaborated with the Military Nutrition Division of the U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine (USARIEM) in areas such as maintaining strength, preventing injury and improving endurance—that influence policy in all branches of the military.

Eating for Healthy Eyes

Thursday, September, 28th, 2017 HP Right Blog List

“The most common form of AMD doesn’t really have a treatment right now—but this suggests that just changing to a healthier eating pattern could have a huge impact.”- Dr. Sheldon Rowan of the Nutrition and Vision Laboratory on his new findings  published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Who measures all those nutrients in what we eat, anyway?

Wednesday, June, 21st, 2017

If you go into a grocery store right now and find the bagged kale, they have the vitamin K content advertised right on the bag—and that came from here,” says Sarah Booth, Interim Center director and director of the center’s Vitamin K Laboratory.